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Davidson, Susan Dolores (Stover)

Davidson, Susan Dolores (Stover)

July 20, 1963 — August 17, 2021

Susan Dolores (Stover) Davidson, 58, of the Kansas City Northland, passed away August 17, 2021 at Liberty Hospital with family at her side.

Susan was born July 20, 1963, in Granite City, Illinois, the daughter of Emmanuel Gene Stover, Sr. and Doris Lorraine (Donaldson) Stover. Along with her parents, Susan was preceded in death by her step mother, Carol and sister, Deanna.

Susan was united in marriage on January 5, 1979 to Robert Theodore Davidson in Kansas City, MO. They are blessed with three children.

Survivors include her husband of 42 years, Bob; children, Sabrina Carr (Gary), Harley Davidson (Nicole) and Billy Davidson (Brenna); grandchildren, Zac Davidson, Alysa Carr, Hayden Davidson, Connor LoTam, Abby Davidson and David Carr; brother, Gene Stover Jr.; as well as other relatives and friends.

Susan loved her family, her friends and the San Francisco 49ers!

A funeral service celebrating Susan's life will be held at 3:00 pm Saturday, August 21, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty, MO.

You may share a message with the family or sign an online guest book via www.parklawnfunerals.com. Arrangements: Park Lawn Northland Chapel (816) 781-8228.

Service Information

A funeral service celebrating Susan’s life will be held at 3:00 pm Saturday, August 21, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty, MO.

Davidson, Susan Dolores (Stover)'s Guestbook

Thoughts and Prayers to Susans family, R.I.P Susan

Kathy Robb

Warm wishes are being sent to the Davidson family. You are all in my daily thoughts and prayers.

Kerry Roe

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. SUSAN WAS A DEVOTED CARE TAKER FOR HER AUNT MARY STOVER IN HER TIME OF NEED,AND DROVE US WHERE EVER WE NEEDED TO GO. WE WILL KEEP YOUR FAMILY IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL. LOVE UNCLE GEORGE AND PATRICIA DONALDSON,

GEORGE & PAT DONALDSON

Susan was such a positive force at Southeast. She always did an amazing job and stayed focused on the things that mattered the most. It seems like she made a special connection with each member of our staff because of her interest in helping others and her practice of getting to know people on a personal level. I loved talking to her about family, future plans, and life. She was such an important part of our community, and she will be dearly missed. We are all thinking about the Davidson family and sending our best during this difficult time.

Sarah Sieminski

Bob. I my condllences for the great los. Henri from Plaza .. School

HENRI Duran

Bob, so sorry to hear about your loss. From our talks, I know Susan was the center of your world, your universe.

John Dopcia

Susan was such a blessing to everyone. Her laughter was contagious and we shared many hours laughing about life. I will miss her dearly. Southeast will not be the same without her.

Elizabeth Daniels

Bob I am so very sorry for your loss and to the rest of your family, I will miss her nagging me about coming to SouthEast to "hang" out with her. The last time I was there she and I spent our 8 hours just catching up and laughing. I am so utterly heartbroken. When she started in the kitchen with us, we would tell her (mostly Ursula) that I was intentionally training her wrong. She would also be working and out of the blue she would recite that stupid commercial on the radio "LILLIAN, OH LILLIAN" until I had to tell her to shut up. She found it so funny that it drove me nuts. My heart is with all of you and this most difficult time. She will be missed.  

Sarah Bratton

I've heard several amazing stories about "Aunt Susan" and was looking forward to hanging out with her this fall with Cindy and Michelle. I'm truly sorry for Uncle Bob and the families loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Hold each other tight and take care. 🙏❤

Sherri Reed

I work at Southeast and would run into Susan when she was coming in and I was leaving. She always had kind words and I know my sister Peggy always enjoyed her visits with Susan. She supplied my sister and I with a lot of puzzles during the pandemic. She will be dearly missed and every time we sit down to do a puzzle we will think of her fondly. Our hearts go out to the Davidson family.

LuAnn Hughes and Peggy Van Epps

Susan brought sunshine to everyone and was always a wonderful lady to work with.

Chris and Tammy

I am a fourth grade teacher at Southeast and Susan cleaned my room. She always did such a fantastic job and was so nice and friendly to talk to. She will be dearly missed around here. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.

Laura Schuetz

Harley and Nicole we want you both to know you and your whole Family are in our Thoughts and Prayers. We have some Great memories of spending time with the Davidson Family and Susan was always the life of every birthday party or Celebration. She was a Special Lady.

Mark & Katie DePeralta

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